palliative care

Definition of "palliative care"
  1. A form of medical attention designed not to cure an illness, but to ease discomfort and provide psychological and spiritual aid, focusing on the patient's and family's quality of life
How to use "palliative care" in a sentence
  1. She opted for palliative care to ensure her comfort and quality of life in her final days.
  2. The patient's family decided on palliative care to manage his pain and emotional well-being.
  3. The doctor recommended palliative care to help the patient and his family during this challenging time.

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